15 May 2009 - "CSI: UWF" - Field school teaches students how to research bones (via UWF Newsroom). The summer forensic anthropology field school is a new tradition at UWF. Taught by Dr. Joanne Curtin, the field school involves hands-on, practical experiences for students who want to learn more about the excavation and analysis of human remains.
20 February 2009 - Honoring northwest Florida's Spanish history (via UWF Newsroom). Pensacola and UWF welcomed King Carlos I and Queen Sophia of Spain as part of the city's 450th anniversary celebration. University president and archaeologist Dr. Judy Bense noted UWF was "extremely honored" to have them visit.